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Notation vs Inscription - What's the difference?

notation | inscription |


As nouns the difference between notation and inscription

is that notation is (uncountable) the act, process, method, or an instance of representing by a system or set of marks, signs, figures, or characters while inscription is text carved on a wall or plaque, such as a memorial or gravestone.

Inscription vs Prescription - What's the difference?

inscription | prescription |


As nouns the difference between inscription and prescription

is that inscription is text carved on a wall or plaque, such as a memorial or gravestone while prescription is (legal) the act of prescribing a rule, law, etc .

As an adjective prescription is

(of a drug, etc ) only available with a physician or nurse practitioner's written prescription.

Enroll vs Inscription - What's the difference?

enroll | inscription |


As a verb enroll

is to enter (a name, etc) in a register, roll or list.

As a noun inscription is

text carved on a wall or plaque, such as a memorial or gravestone.

Inscription vs Kill - What's the difference?

inscription | kill |


As nouns the difference between inscription and kill

is that inscription is text carved on a wall or plaque, such as a memorial or gravestone while kill is the act of killing or kill can be a creek; a body of water; a channel or arm of the sea or kill can be a kiln.

As a verb kill is

to put to death; to extinguish the life of.

Sealing vs Inscription - What's the difference?

sealing | inscription |


As nouns the difference between sealing and inscription

is that sealing is action of the verb to seal in any sense or sealing can be hunting of seals (the animals ) while inscription is text carved on a wall or plaque, such as a memorial or gravestone.

As an adjective sealing

is used for closing securely.

As a verb sealing

is or sealing can be .

Inscription vs Application - What's the difference?

inscription | application |


As nouns the difference between inscription and application

is that inscription is text carved on a wall or plaque, such as a memorial or gravestone while application is the act of applying or laying on, in a literal sense; as, the application of emollients to a diseased limb.

Carving vs Inscription - What's the difference?

carving | inscription |


As nouns the difference between carving and inscription

is that carving is a carved object while inscription is text carved on a wall or plaque, such as a memorial or gravestone.

As a verb carving

is .

Inscription vs Transcript - What's the difference?

inscription | transcript |


As nouns the difference between inscription and transcript

is that inscription is text carved on a wall or plaque, such as a memorial or gravestone while transcript is something which has been transcribed; a writing or composition consisting of the same words as the original; a written copy.

Script vs Inscription - What's the difference?

script | inscription |


As nouns the difference between script and inscription

is that script is (countable|obsolete) a writing; a written document while inscription is text carved on a wall or plaque, such as a memorial or gravestone.

As a verb script

is to make or write a script.

Inscription vs Enrolment - What's the difference?

inscription | enrolment |


As nouns the difference between inscription and enrolment

is that inscription is text carved on a wall or plaque, such as a memorial or gravestone while enrolment is the act of enrolling or the state of being enrolled.

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